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"morial" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"morial" Discussed on The Big Story

"Broadcasters premium print publishers as well as artists and celebrities. Kind of across the board. So i think that really you have to give credit in terms of what's really shifting audio advertising to this move to to podcast kind of on-demand premium audio listening all right. Everybody that's an frisbee as vp of global supply and partnerships with ads. wiz and. thanks so much thanks curve. Welcome back as i said at the beginning of the podcast today we have a guest miles younger senior director of the data practice at media monks which is which is sort of new right. That was mighty Merged with the media amongst agency within s. four. Do i have that right. You do you do. Yeah so media. Months is our rebranded unitary entity yeah a combination of mighty high medium monks firewood along list of companies under the s four capital umbrella. Well the the marking technology and agency holding company conversation. It's a whole it's a whole other. Podcast down the line. I am legend but we are. We are here to talk about. How brands are putting their data to use so particularly thinking about their advertising. Data how they're using that across the business and also other taking data from from from their non marketing parts of their business might seem unrelated and applying that to advertising. I think that's a. That's a good place to start. Maybe the question is. Is that happening miles. Do you see that happening. Is that in yours. Is that the goal or something. That savvy advertisers are doing right now. I think it's certainly something that savvy advertisers doing now and the savviest ones have likely been doing. You know since time in the morial but it's it's definitely something that we're seeing right. Now as.

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Biden Meets With Civil Rights Leaders on Voting Rights

710 WOR Programming

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Meets With Civil Rights Leaders on Voting Rights

"Leaders spent nearly two hours with President Biden at the White House today discussing how they can protect voter rights that they say are under attacked by Republican majority State lawmakers. ABC is Andy Field with the latest from Our Washington bureau. It's not clear how the president and civil rights leaders he met with can help pass stronger voting rights without 10. Senate Republicans signing on to override new state laws that make it harder to cast a ballot to suppress Deny. And thwart The votes of black people. National Urban League President Marc Morial saying black leaders will stage non violent demonstrations to protect their right to vote. Andy

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Multiple explosive devices found amid Washington DC protests

BBC World Service

00:55 sec | 11 months ago

Multiple explosive devices found amid Washington DC protests

"Authorities, responding to Wednesday's riot in the nation's capital say they found explosives at three locations around Washington, D. C. Four people died in the chaos at the U. S Capitol and more than a dozen officers were injured. NPR's Brian Mann. Reports D. C. Metro Police chief Robert Conte says his officers recovered firearms and other weapons as they fought to restore order to pipe bombs have been recovered One pipe bomb from the DNC another pipe bomb from the RNC. Cooler from a vehicle with with a long gun it that also included Molotov cocktails. This also was on the grounds of the United States Capitol. Speaking to reporters, Conte said to police officers remain hospitalized, one after being dragged into the pro trump crowd and beaten More than 50. People were arrested yesterday and D. C. Mayor Morial Bowser said an effort is underway to identify others who stormed the

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Republicans consider drastic options to stop Trump

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Republicans consider drastic options to stop Trump

"There are whispers in Washington about invoking the twenty Fifth Amendment which allows for the removal of the president is unable to discharge the duties of the office some liberal members of Congress have gone on social media to call on vice president Mike pence to start the process that could remove president trump from office for encouraging supporters to storm the U. S. capitol Marc Morial the head of the national urban league thinks that's appropriate the removal of the president even at this late hour is necessary to protect American democracy if the twenty Fifth Amendment was invoked vice president Mike pence would assume the powers of acting president Jackie Quinn Washington

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NAACP leader on diversity in Biden's Cabinet and commitment to civil rights

Here & Now

04:43 min | 1 year ago

NAACP leader on diversity in Biden's Cabinet and commitment to civil rights

"Speech days after the election, Joe Biden think black voters for helping him win the White House. The African American community stood up again. For many with always having my back on, I'll have yours. Now. There's some concern that Biden isn't making good on that promise. At least seven civil rights groups are pressing to meet with the president elect, including the end of the P and the National Urban League. They want Biden to name or black leaders to top jobs in his administration. Marc Morial leads the Urban League mark. Welcome. Hey, it's great to be with you. Thank you for having me. My pleasure. And if and when you get a meeting with the President elect, what will you tell him? So importantly way look forward to a direct communication with the president elect, and we're gonna reaffirm our interest on behalf of the community that the number of Diverse cabinet members, particularly African Americans. Prominent and every level of the body Administration Cabinet sub cabinet. As well as at the White House. You know, we want to give the president elect due credit. He chose an excellent running mate, Senator Harris. He's made an important appointment of Cecilia Rouse, his chair of the president's Council of Economic Advisors, and Linda Thomas Greenfield as U. N ambassador. But we're heavily focused. What's known as a statutory Cabinet, defense and justice and transportation and commerce and labor and hot and education and HHS, For example, that is where The important levers of power are We're going to communicate that to him, and the second thing will be communicating. Eyes our interest in the public policy arena. We need aggressive enforcement of civil rights laws. We need strong investments through both stimulus. And infrastructure plans, and we need Focus on long term issues of racial justice, criminal justice reform, police justice reform just to name a few high priorities and finally With respect to cove it we need to ensure That the vaccine is safe and effective for all people and that there is a community based distribution system. To ensure that people in our community have access to the vaccine. I guess What I'm trying to understand is if you are actually concerned with what you've seen so far, or if you're just trying to get ahead of the process, As you point out, there have been many black officials appointed to keep jobs in the Biden administration says they're not done yet. Yeah, I think it's both. And I think it's uh they've been to statutory Cabinet nominees thus far. Treasury Three rather Treasury homeland security as well as the State Department, and that's important and we do have a concern and we do want to get ahead of the process and We want to be clear that we're looking for a cabinet. When it comes to African Americans and meets but really exceeds the high water marks of the Clinton and Obama cabinets. This is a different time. And the president elect is made of important public commitment to racial justice, and I believe he's serious about that, but toe execute that He's got to have people who have lived experiences. As well as professional qualifications, along with connections to the communities that have borne the brunt of the country's systemic racial injustice. Look, there's no doubt having a diversity of opinions from all walks of life is critical in any leadership role, but make the case why Race matters so much here. Ben Carson. I'm thinking of Ben Carson, a black housing secretary. I assume you don't agree at all with his policies on many black leaders At the same time, we're saying that outgoing Senator Doug Jones, a white man would make a great attorney general because of his record fighting for civil rights. So let me say this. Van Carson is a great doctor. I never thought Ben Carson was qualified. To be secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. I thought he would have made made a great surgeon general. You made a great secretary of health. Human services. I think it was an example of picking a quote unquote black person and putting him in what some perceive to be a black position at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. And I think it was It was a mistake, and I think it was a disservice to Ben Carson. So I mean, it's important. Understand this is not just about a black face in a certain place.

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US marks 9/11 anniversary at tributes shadowed by virus

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

US marks 9/11 anniversary at tributes shadowed by virus

"As the nation remembers nine eleven anniversary commemorations are being changed amid a new crisis the virus pandemic like in past years relatives gathered at new York's ground zero and heard the victims names Jeffrey Thomas Campbell but the readings were on tape not life which Morial leaders called a virus safety precaution former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani called it something else I find it disgraceful the change shocked the Emory damask whose twenty three year old brother died on nine eleven that was so hard fought so hard she was among families at a separate remembrance set up by another organization Terrance Andre aching with the names read live the pandemic also restricted the Pentagon's nine eleven remembrance which family members could not attend sabar mag ani Washington

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Louisville's Clark Memorial Bridge reopens following Breonna Taylor protests

Terry Meiners

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Louisville's Clark Memorial Bridge reopens following Breonna Taylor protests

"The card Morial bridge was closed for a few hours this midday after protesters took it over police say just after eleven AM protesters made their way onto the second street bridge blocking traffic they hung a banner about Brianna Taylor off the bridge and LMPD spokesman says when the crowd did not disperse officers made thirty three arrests and totaled nineteen cars this protester tells WLKY no matter what what happens happens out out here here going going to to be be peaceful peaceful we're we're going going to to protest protest we we want want change change we we want want this this to to happen happen and and we we need need everybody everybody on on board board the the bridge bridge was was reopened reopened around around two thirty

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Biden calls Trump fool for shunning masks

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Biden calls Trump fool for shunning masks

"New war of words erupting tonight between President Trump and Joe Biden president trump taking aim at biden for wearing a mask as he and Mrs Biden. Marc morial day by now responding tonight at a new interview saying of the president. He's an absolute fool to talk that way. Here's Mary Bruce. Tonight to images reflect the split screen. This campaign has become president trump in a factory without a mask surrounded by people who are all wearing them and his rival Joe Biden out for the first time publicly since March. His own face covered sending outside with his wife. Perfect conditions perfect weather there inside. That don't wear masks and so I thought it was very unusual. That had one on Biden Tonight. Firing right back. He's a full an absolute fool to talk that way. I mean every leading and world and saying we should wear a mask. When you're in a crowd just macho stuff for a guy. I shouldn't get going but it it it just is. It's cost people's lives. They're all wearing a mask. Projects strength or weakness leadership presents projects his leadership. The two candidates in stark contrast

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"morial" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"morial" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Morial day wasn't what it usually is without all the parades in big ceremony somewhere held without crowds others when virtual online president trump after laying a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery went to Baltimore I stand before you with this noble fortress of American liberty to pay tribute to the immortal souls who fought and died to keep us free the corona virus pandemic was unmistakable even as president trump paid honored a fallen service members on Memorial Day in recent months our nation and the world have been engaged in a new form of battle against an invisible enemy speaking of Baltimore sport McEnery the inspiration for lyrics that would become the national anthem president trump knowledge the thousands of military personnel caring for patients Baltimore's mayor Jack young asked the president to stay away from the city saying it sends the wrong message while much of the region remains under state home orders Jared Halpern fox news SpaceX is getting ready for its biggest launch yet tomorrow hoping the weather cooperates they intend to send two astronauts into space to be the first time that's happened in the US since the last space shuttle launch in twenty eleven virgin also has a private space program attempting launch satellites from a seven forty seven plane but the failed test yesterday the jet called cosmic girl took off in the Mojave air and space port north of Los Angeles and flew out just be on the Channel Islands the rocket was dropped from beneath the left wing of the job just like it was supposed to but NASA says the mission was soon terminated due to an anomaly no word on what the problem was version says the flight crew returned safely and they've got six more rockets under construction to pick up the mantle and try try again Jill NATO fox news on Wall Street after a long holiday weekend stocks could rise up Dow futures.

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Boston's Puerto Rican Veterans Memorial Vandalized

Jay Talking

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Boston's Puerto Rican Veterans Memorial Vandalized

"Porter Rican veterans memorial in the south and has been vandalized WBZ Suzanne saws all reports point it hurts ed Flynn is a Boston city councilor and a veteran he came to the memorial to see the damage is large and currently the Morial area was probably intentionally kept over here and beat Porto Rican flag was taken down and thrown on the ground Lynn said this is especially disappointing because of Memorial Day observed with Porto Rican veterans overseas I've seen the service and sacrifice of those veterans police are investigating and Boston property management came to repair the memorial in time for tomorrow's Memorial Day ceremony here at Porter Rican veterans square in the south and Suzanne saws will WBZ Boston news

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"morial" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"morial" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The navy thank you for your service thank you Morial day should be a somber we rent it's not about mattress sales that's sure all those who have made the ultimate sacrifice without sacrificing yep let's head to see to work that's for John is one of John morning one time my my question is how do you get mold out from white vinyl siding well actually so and you can you can timing here too but it's vinyl siding does not have the ability to support mold growth so it's actually the dirt or dirty conditions that are on your siding that that that the molds or algae is is growing on so it's really just a matter of cleaning it and you really don't need a power washer here the all time all out power to my house the power washing your gonna blast water you know behind all this seems to get water where it's not supposed to be going you really just need to watch it fairly gently the garden hose pressure and and really a good gentle detergent dawn dish soap is an excellent cleaning products for for cleaning the outside your house and it won't you don't want to blast it behind this is the the which caught the siding because it that actually can damage the the house wraps behind it so just very gentle washing any any thoughts on that no I I agree and and I'm a big proponent of not using a power washer on the house goes for exactly what David said you you start driving water behind the siding with vinyl siding even though it locked at every at every low well it has it locked it away the pieces go on as it goes up you can drive water up underneath the lack around the windows and doors you can drive water past the the the details of the recieving pieces around the windows and doors and and I can ask if you can actually also loosen the siding up and take it off the nail her take nailed off the building depending on how how crazy you go with a power washer but that is exactly right yeah and then aluminum siding you know you pull the trigger anything and put dents in your siding and if you got cedar siding or something to try to clean off you're just going to blast all the pain off and never put it in the hands of fifteen for so gentle wash it all right Eric we had about thirty seconds before we stop for news is the show room open and then you guys are back open on Tuesday then right yeah yeah sure showrooms open I would just suggest you want to come and give us a call set up an appointment that's the easiest way to do it but if you're if you're just I don't about you want to pop in yeah we're we're close for the weekend we're gonna eat and get things going not Tuesday you can come in.

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"morial" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"morial" Discussed on WSB-AM

"B. Morial day weekends usually a busy time for Georgia peaches and this year should be the same despite the pandemic I talked to the mayor of Tybee island at twenty five thousand visitors this is a town of three thousand people about what could be five thousand visitors last weekend they're expecting record crowds this weekend journal constitution reporter Greg Bluestein says Tybee some miles long lines of cars just trying to find parking its lead to new worries the visitors will not be social distancing while enjoying the weekend governor camp defends the work of the state's public health department after coming under fire for reporting errors several singing missteps when it comes to reporting the amount of testing and jumble dates on graphs governor Rankin bass for patience is public health experts work to gather and analyze data surrounding code nineteen and now than a callous sake type syndrome this affected nine children so far in the state you're taking massive amounts of data from countless sources putting them into accessible formats under a global spotlight all at break neck speed one positive note he pointed out the number of those hospitalized in Georgia with covert nineteen is now less than a thousand seater parish ninety five point five W. SP as air travel picks up the TSA changes its screening procedures to promote social distancing passengers will maintain possession of their boarding pass at security checkpoints scanning it themselves and holding it up for the inspector to see it passengers are asked to put belts wallets keys and phones into their carry on bag for screening you geo report screeners to wear face masks and will change gloves after every pack down the Kennesaw state instructor gets creative after the pandemic shuts down a study abroad program supposed to be a once in a lifetime trip to seven days to Italy for twenty five MBA students but the global pandemic had other plans the trip got canceled very hard they were very upset so KSU assistant marketing professor Dr moda center decided to bring Italy to her students virtually students enjoyed a virtual cooking class making authentic pasta they also heard from KSU experts in archaeological digs in Italy and Roman architecture long sort of cheated you know out of an experience that was supposed to be so very authentic right this was the clothes that we could get to a really authentic experience several Castro ninety five point five W. Westphalia species time seven thirty five kind of bring up today the weather and traffic W. S. B. B. Rogers creek malicious here he's got a land is most accurate and dependable forecast points got forecast for today is six of the multimeter mostly cloudy with a fifty percent chance of a shower or thunderstorm high around eighty three lows tonight sixty three to sixty six tomorrow a mix of clouds and sun just a stray thunder shower possible but not likely high eighty seven low sixty seven on Sunday a mix of clouds and sun only a thirty percent chance of an isolated afternoon or evening thunderstorm high eighty eight lows sixty eight recapping the forecast for today mostly cloudy to partly cloudy a fifty percent chance of a shower or thunderstorm high around eighty three right now sixty three I'm meteorologist Kirk Wallace ninety five point five billion space at seven thirty six we'll check morning drive again you're smart okay being held at seventy five northbound on Q. two eighty five west down to clear crash exit ten to thirty eight be watching derided from the northern suburbs Margera everything's fine so.

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U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

"Campus of tufts in Medford will be a lonely place come this spring the school decides to hold online classes only because of the corrosive Rhys doubly BC's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting the decision is turning out to be beneficial for one business you hall here on mystic valley parkway Medford is seeing an uptick in business flustered tufts students are showing up looking to store their belongings for both the spring and summer now that the university has decided to cancel in person classes and go strictly online for the upcoming semester Bob core deal is general manager of the U. haul we got a lot quicker than we usually do only to Ranma Morial day we just got to get the boxes in foreign man have storage reform bill says they just got a rush shipment of packing boxes top sophomore grace from Seattle storing her things in a friend's basement not far from tops and needed more boxes I you have a bunch of suitcases and luggage that I use to take myself here I put about boxes store everything Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 1 year ago

U-Haul Gaining Business As Tufts College Students Move Out Due To Coronavirus

"Campus of tufts in Medford will be a lonely place come this spring the school decides to hold online classes only because of the corrosive Rhys doubly BC's Kim Tunnicliffe reporting the decision is turning out to be beneficial for one business you hall here on mystic valley parkway Medford is seeing an uptick in business flustered tufts students are showing up looking to store their belongings for both the spring and summer now that the university has decided to cancel in person classes and go strictly online for the upcoming semester Bob core deal is general manager of the U. haul we got a lot quicker than we usually do only to Ranma Morial day we just got to get the boxes in foreign man have storage reform bill says they just got a rush shipment of packing boxes top sophomore grace from Seattle storing her things in a friend's basement not far from tops and needed more boxes I you have a bunch of suitcases and luggage that I use to take myself here I put about boxes store everything Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news

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Miami: Wilton Manors Mayor Justin Flippen Dies At Age 41

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Miami: Wilton Manors Mayor Justin Flippen Dies At Age 41

"The sudden death of a South Florida mayor is rocking city officials and community members this is a sad and difficult time for our grieving city and community Wilton manors vice mayor Tom green remembering how Justin Flippen stated multiple times that his greatest passion was serving as mayor the forty one year old was on his way to last night's commission meeting when he suffered a medical emergency police found him unresponsive in his car the medical examiner's office determining flippin suffered from a brain aneurysm well Morial services are being finalized flags are flying at half staff outside city hall in black sash and flowers lay on his seat on the dais aircraft Regis news radio six ten

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"morial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morial on a national shrine for people to pay their respects to those who lost so says the designation honors victims survivors and the first responders who were called to the scene of that attack Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is warning that a government shutdown is looming unless president trump works with Democrats he seems to feel on the appropriations bills my way or the highway well that would show the hasn't learned his lesson because of president trump doesn't sit down with us and go she ate a bill will have a second trump shut down meantime president trump is meeting with Turkish president to one of the NATO summit in London A. B. C.'s Karen Travers says this was unexpected a meeting with her he's president everyone was not on president trump's official schedule here in London but the White House says the two leaders met on the sidelines of the NATO events taking place Wednesday the White House read out of their meeting was not specific officials say president trump and president everyone talked about Turkey for filling its commitments to NATO treaty between the U. S. in Turkey and regional security issues Turkey's recent military operation in northern Syria has been criticized by other NATO countries including France Travers ABC news traveling with the president in London three oh eight Bloomberg's Andrew day joins us what's going on Andrew well it is clear that Wall Street wants to believe the US China trade deal is imminent stocks have been jumping aggressively today following a Bloomberg report that to go she Gators are still on track toward agreement and it may be coming soon Dow up two hundred five nasdaq up fifty nine SO P. up twenty five Johnson and Johnson pulled a single lot of baby powder in mid October after the FDA said testing found trace amounts of asbestos in a single bottle the company continues to say the FDA is wrong Johnson and Johnson says to independent labs have been unable to replicate those results after one hundred fifty five tests on samples from the same bottle the FDA says it stands by its findings Angelo day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio here is DD from Boston dot com your source for local innovation news sharing the beat in Boston's tech world CEO robin parrots decide to capitalize on the rise of yoga and.

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"morial" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Polls internal Morial and we want to talk about that that was done on behalf of the one pulls foundation also to be working with the selection of the group that will design the permanent museum and memorial thank you for coming and if so why don't we begin with the concept of the memorial itself and have you spoken to the one pulls foundation I know at the beginning they wanted to get the input of everyone and kinda go from that and so as the as the person who designed it you need to take that input and manifested so tell us about that process yes thank you for having me it was it is a definitely an interesting process and it's definitely as a landscape architect and designer probably the most interesting process that I've had in my career to date we were brought to the table simply because we were a part of some other things happening throughout the community specifically with other groups trying to commemorate the victims of the one pulls event the we got a call from Barbara Pohlman one day and she asked us what we are doing with some of these other groups and if we're interested in sitting down and talking and of course we were she invited us to a task force meeting early on and we went to the task force meeting with the expectations that we would be a part of the process to help build an ultimate memorial and possibly museum site at that time but pretty quickly realized that in the first task force meeting which the task force is made up of survivors family members as well as key community members of arch that there was a need and a desire for an internal Morial and in that first meeting we kind of looked at each other that excite team and said that we felt like we could help with this and that's what counts launched this process of creating and just interrupt I mean immediately I think about that that process that the family members and and really the whole community was going through and trying to process the tragedy it takes awhile to build something that's permanent they needed something now right that's right and I think that everybody needed something now I think foundation barber upon herself was out on site every single day cleaning up the site trying to keep it clean and as print presentable as possible at that time the the fencing that the FBI had place was still in place there were banners that had been hung on the site that have been tattered by the wind and by rain and there were people that were wanting to come to the site there were people that were wanting to come and reflect or just understand kind of the impact that the space might have and so there is definitely a desire to create something that we knew would last for two to three years and as a designer that sometimes hard to think about that you're designing something that is truly temporary in nature and that was a really critical thing to for us to understand as we launch the design process in general let's pause for a moment and explain what a landscape architecture is so that people can understand that direction you're taking so landscape architects we like to say that we design and help connect people in places kind of the way that we describe it in so anything that happens outside the building we have a hand in that it can be anything from large scale planning urban design city planning down to small scale design and implementation at a residential level for example most likely everything you do every single day the way that you interact with your environment the way you get to and from work your encountered by something that a landscape architect has had their hands and as a landscape architect is really hard to describe what we do so we simply say that we were just really help connect people with their place and and can handle everything outside and the exterior environment they can range from large scale down to small scale in detail thanks for saying that and it it really makes it for me hard to know how you were able to do what you did because when you think about that place and the tragedy in that building but trying to bring humanity back into it and giving as you said an opportunity for people to reflect and maybe converse and to do whatever they needed to had to be a very thought provoking process had to take some time tell us about that tell us about what the task force discussed there at the beginning yes the first meeting that we went to with the task force was an interesting one because we were coming in and and the foundation and at that point it was called the Advisory Council on had done so much great work already that they prepared surveys had been listening and talking with the family family members and survivors and other key stakeholders from the community and we we learned about other temperament Morial's Iran place at different sites where similar instances tragic events had occurred in the past and that was the first time that I had ever even thought about that idea for a temporary need for people to interact with those places and so what we sold that is an opportunity and there's already a lot of work done we have our process it's are we call it our design process and it's really critical to us in the matter what the project as we find that our design process if we follow it very closely thanks to Berkeley work out and so what we started with was that first meeting listening and hearing to what it already been done meeting with the foundation meeting with the task force members to understand the desires of the goals for the intermodal and how long it might last what might look like some of the things to be thinking about as we move forward through it and then we designed alongside them for the first part of it and try to get as much input and by and as we could ultimately coming up with an idea that we did share with the task force five in a very it was a very orchestrated presentation I would say to the task force because it had to be so specific and so I'd say almost had to be a little bit careful as well in terms of what we presented and how we spoke about the design because I've always had a tough time putting on my design has kind of stepping away from the tragic tragic event and all the people that are so deeply affected on ways that I can even understand and we're simply trying to provide a solution to some of the problems and challenges that we are hearing what were some ways they wanted to interact with that space that you had to think about in that design process that's a great question and and a lot of times as a landscape architect we're were asked to come up with what we call program so program as how people use the site how they interact with the site what types of things are you going to do when you go to the site for this specifically we heard different things but what we wear what really impacted this is what we saw on went on on site we saw people were wanting to have glimpses of the building so there were banners hung on the fences that were torn in certain spots we knew where people wanted to see the building and how they wanted to interact with the building itself think we knew the people were jumping the fence to get back behind it to have access to be along side I wanted to leave messages and interact with the site they were riding on everything they're writing on pebbles rocks they made signs to say please don't write on components of the site and then they wrote on those signs and then the other thing was people wanna leave objects offerings at the site which that post one of the biggest challenges because of does the maintenance and the process that that then has to go through to take those components salvage them and then the Orange County regional history center colleagues that effort and taking that material back in preserving it for future use to you obviously had to think about those other groups that were also doing a piece of of this yeah I mean I think that was part of and working with the task force in working with the foundation was all the all the people that at that point had put so much energy and effort and had so much knowledge about it we had to sit down with each one of them and that includes the Orange County regional history center multiple members from the board because there's a lot of hands on effort and then a lot of it was just a personal observation of being out on site multiple times to understand what we're saying and the first time we visited this site the way that it all carried the tragedy it was tough to see too much beyond that but time and time after time after visiting the site we started to see glimpses of hope and celebration even color that would come to the site the messages was really inspiring that just people into that the way that people wanted to interact with the site was very positive and so that's what we try to use moving forward was this idea of positivity rather than solemn that's interesting that you look to see how it was being used almost like it's a river you just went with the river you don't try to take a new channel you just saw where they were leaving things and I'm trying to climb over the fence and everything and made that work that's exactly right in the end it's not always the case so we can do that but more often than not that's the best way forward is to see how the sites already being used and how people want to use the site and then on the other side of that was listening to the foundation saying okay so what are some of the challenges with how the site is being used and how can we help guide that in a in a better fashion it's easier to maintain that looks better long term but at the same time isn't so permanent that one of the biggest challenges was designing something that was temporary so that's a budgetary driven but also this idea of people being attached to certain components long term understanding that that will go away at some point and something else will come in its place so describe what you came up with so we came up with we knew one of the most critical features of the site was protecting and securing the building and so what we call the we call it at that time as the primary right then we had a series of ribbons that wrapped the site the primary read and which is essentially a secure security age around the building was produced to secure the building but then what we did within that was provided key areas to provide view sheds.

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Lora Beth Martin, Arkansas And Houston discussed on Retirement Summit

Retirement Summit

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Lora Beth Martin, Arkansas And Houston discussed on Retirement Summit

"In Arkansas today. Morial service held in the town of Fulton. For me Davis, she's the four year old Houston girl, whose remains were found in the Arkansas community on may thirty first after disappearing from her Houston home a month earlier Lora Beth Martin attended the memorial and spoke, we have taken her

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"morial" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on WGN Radio

"So any kind of Morial celebration. Really? Tori. But, you know, we say, we're going to celebrate the fact that we're free in the United States of America. Thanks to our forces. We celebrate that every single day. And of course, we do. Remember those who paid the ultimate sacrifice on a Morial day. But are you getting together within the your family or anything like? So. She's difficult. Isn't she Ashley, you know what? Actually, you're. Is here. She's going to produce. A little bit. Congratulations actually just graduated from call. That's a big accomplish. What, what was your major? I was a double major in marketing and broadcast communications, wow. I only have a single major. I was I studied to be an astronaut I took up. Took has been rerun, so many times, I'm not sure it has the same implicit all your sales people out there that haven't heard it. There's anybody out there. Hasn't heard Carl say that you haven't heard my I take up space joke. Text us. Okay. But only if you add appreciated it know if you've heard me say that joke. Don't say every show say it like pretty I think pretty much you find a way. I'm pretty sure you do. Just fit that in there. Well, all right. Well, you put it in. So I try well worked out perfect. Oh, here comes Roger badesch. Hey, rod itself. Roger that Carl wanted college and starting to be the astronaut did you know that he must he must have taken up space. No. All right. I could see that. The, the train has definitely derailed. The tracks here at the WGN radio theater. So I'm gonna take a quick break. We'll be right back. Sign.

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"morial" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on WGN Radio

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"morial" Discussed on Two Vets Talk Pets

Two Vets Talk Pets

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on Two Vets Talk Pets

"Morial. That is a pretty tough. Then we found out that fleet saw known to run in Bristol ten k run. Over in the UK Sarhid registered for that. And he done a number he'd done like the Melvin city, Ron and couple other little Hafiz. He he loved done the color on. Done what sort of stuff where he loved getting together with other people all by himself and running something that he did. And in probably Hans it was probably something did to help himself. Yes. In check. Excises good for Dan show. It can really help. Sitting here with myself and other met Europe. Chris. One hundred percent on men marathon, man. We should not actually size the walk him Roby's Scotties marathon, right? I should write off marathon. Unfortunately job up from Russian guard. Well, I'm gonna be I'm going to be wearing some of the some of the walk. Mitch will cover over into innocent to try and help to Cape flaw in the flag. Even they are on the add on the gradual. Good. So then just to come back and spicy. We had that memorial. The Bristol ten was happening. So are connected him in the few. Some of the vets in the UK and doing this thing off too. We should try and do something here. I'm no athlete. Definitely run sir, author we need to do something on the same day more or less hia them with the times and things like that. So we shuffled around a Deitz, and we landed at a walk more accessible, just general. Bring you and bring you dogs. We didn't even avatars putting the logo Flynn's walk. There's obviously the poll. Yeah. With the pathway, of course, doglovers in dog owners and vets we're to bring nam pits. We ended up we had a Pat just shy of five hundred people. I think for the first one. Wow. Yes, sir. Reckon we had. Probably one hundred fifty six year on one dog to every three people. We looked out photos the animals. Always Dokes come from everywhere. So that was amazing. So we've actually she just sort of said, yeah, look, it's not a dog walk Khan. Bring them by all means someone even asked me to bring that cat, and I went kidding. Locked being around people in Dokes was. Oakwood that list money. Bring vallone. Rosie. If you lock. Bring my cat. She's them. Yeah. L is not gonna take it out. If she she's so. Yeah. The big thing then with Flynn's walks with leans goal is the the. Jack to let loose Jack. And as part of the on the committee of the love your love your love you pit love you vet campaign. Join rise awareness of mental health issues and the ridiculously high suicide right within this proficient in the end. It's probably something that like, I mean, you would have wouldn't have been on you'll right before you would have started down this path would, and I think for a lot of people that that's that's the thing. Like, I just don't realize Justin how high it is in in bits like we had one of the guys that I went through Uni with took his loft at the end the Mazda. It's it's it's there. I mean, the thing that I'm so passionate about Flynn's walk is. I mean, I as a young boy who was. The the decisions that he's might in the primaries law if you had sorry much morning, and obviously so many people to sort of that he touched that he'd reached out that it's a wine now that I my thing is really not one mall in are not known one more thing with Flynn's walk in this warming. Putting it out to all mine network of of Uni friends, and that sort of stuff, particularly after what happened with after the guard from how you live alone. Yeah. Is reaching out and sign that you know, that this is the catalyst of Mike in PayPal sap, and these are real problems. These is a massive thing, and Vits and earners, and all and nurses. And all that system. This is a big problem, and we only to come together end so using Flynn's memory as that as that cattles that Bana that we all that we own join on. I think is fantastic. And I think their work that that you guys have done. He's friends and also. Lynne's family of putting this all together is absolutely fantastic. Our and it's a it's an excellent testament to obviously how what a what a terrific young. Boy, he was that. He's moved so many people to try and get together and say, we can't we can't have this anymore. And let's get let's remember him. But also, let's rice awareness and Tryon in our trauma. Twin stamp. They say is that you'll I'm Flynn's woke d do you feel that you want to rising awareness, or is it is immoral base might on the stand? But is there is that an I'm of yours that you want to continue in perpetuum that every we. Preps just triggers that memory and also trust to think about the future as well. So yeah, exactly at is that the memorial is a spouse, that's the sentimental pot. That will always on the peanut and the name of the walkies flings walk. So it's always gonna be that we decide to keep doing it. And what am I may was firstly how many people turned up last year because you just never you. Just don't not now. And everything aligned we were so thrilled. And people were saying to me before it even started walking, this is an annual thing and all black. Yeah. I'm not sure.

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New report links Russian interference to voter suppression

KDWN Programming

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

New report links Russian interference to voter suppression

"Voter suppression and Russian interference than national urban league says they are some of the greatest barriers to minority voting in twenty twenty this year state of black America report focuses on voting rights and national urban league. President Marc Morial calling attention to voter suppression social media interference from foreign governments

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"morial" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Morial winner Tacitus will be one of the top four five choices in the Kentucky Derby, we'll be looking to give all trainer built by his first career derby victory ace of tapping Tacitus began his career Belmont with a points finish back in October broke his making November the Tampa Bay derby by and a half. It had trouble foot still won the Wood Memorial. Push the button, he got right to them. And and did what he had to do. So it was it was a good race for lightly. Raced horse. I. In that would memorial victory. Tacitus headed disastrous start to the race inch traffic problems not once but twice, but he showed a lot of determination a lot of court recovery. From those problems finishing strong looking like a major Kentucky Derby contender with victory in the Wood Memorial is doing fine. I mean, he's he's handled all his races. Well and KENDALL traveling world and. I'm very pleased. I mean, he's eating the bottom of his feet. Oh, good Bill. Eight in the derby his best finish coming here. Seven finished with the bread is the first full close hatches also trained by modern won the eclipse award over dirt female in two thousand fourteen the last Wood Memorial winner to capture the roses. In two thousand hoping he's the next Wood Memorial winter in the winter circle at the Kentucky Derby. Great job Jody deadly. We'll hear from him throughout the morning. And of course, you'll hear.

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"morial" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Their pictures horror movies, personal possessions and people need that to reflect back ornament. Remember, those people whether it be. Morial day or whenever it is. That's a minimum of once a year, they go to a gravesite and decorated just two oh bring back memories and things like that found out the Janine turned me into compost after I die. I would give up my weedy war duty. And I would hunter for the rest of her life. Personally, I could care less. You know? I'm I wouldn't want you to be compost. I charge your body. And I sit out Sammy's is gonna come post already made provision. I got my grave and everything. Good. That's great. People turned to compost. I let my children, and my grandchildren decide go good the same way. I let my wife said is there a lack of dignity with that? I mean, you know, put you in a canister with microbes. And and we put you in this heated canister with microbes hurrying up the process, we bring you out you're nothing, but soft top soil after that. I agree. That's my whole point it diminishes people to commodity your life has no more meaning has no more than just a product to be bought and sold. Turn you into manure? Yeah. Personally. On if you remember the song by for me, the rain. Yeah. Okay. Works headstone served living there. No use to the debt. Right. The people that are going to bury me, I suppose. I let them make the decision what they wanted to do. Right personally. I care less. You know, where did you find that? I thought compost pile. Well, and when.

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"morial" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"morial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Not just for women this book minutes. Well, yeah, I make a point at the beginning of the book. It's it's the note to the reader, it's one of the most important parts of this book. And it's an invitation for men to be a part of this process. And to be a part of this book women for time Morial for centuries have had to find themselves inside the work that's been written by men, and and what better way to teach your daughters to teach her sons about what it means to be woman than by reading content. That's been created for women by women. And also, this is an invitation for men to step into understanding of what women and what women have been going through for for time immemorial. Yeah. Here. Yeah. My wife has got. What for women who say, you know, we were blessed to be a part of a sports team in the wonderful attributes that that we learn, but you don't necessarily have to be of a sports team to understand the wolf pack mentality. How how do you teach people though, I was able to learn so much of my mentality because of the women's national team in because of this beautiful ecosystem, they were still learn skills. They were things that I witnessed and I saw other people do and try to impart that in my life, and creating your own wolf pack. I mean, listen, I have to work out by myself now, and you know, it's harder. When you're alone to go out. And also like I hate running every single I do, but I have to do it. It's part of the process, and for me, it made me realize like I have to actually create my own my own Wolfpack to make those kind of things that are central in life to feel less like suffering. Right. And and that's why I wrote this book so that. Women everywhere have a place to go have something to look at a playbook to carry with them throughout their day. And to give them the invitation to create the wolf pack that I know that I needed to be successful. And you can't you can do it in your church. You could do the PTA several ways of doing it. Not just the soccer players. It's not just the athletes really quick at soccer players suing for.

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"morial" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"They are Fisher spoke at the ceremony the Morial auditorium. He has cancelled the next recruit classes part of his budget cuts. The family of Minnesota boy dropped from third floor balcony at mall of America, say the five year old is showing real signs of recovery. The family releasing short statement say they have some good news to share on Good Friday. New test results have been positive though. The boy remains in intensive care with a long road ahead. Family says they feel overwhelming love prayers and support. And that they seem to be working police say twenty four year old man who did not know the boy threw him over the balcony at the mall. The boy falling nearly forty feet breaking bones and suffering head trauma. The man is charged with tempted homicide. He's being held in lieu of two million dollar bond. Right burrow, ABC news. Lexington. Five hundred put out a fire at UK hospital this morning, the alarm sounded around nine thirty the. The fire was quickly extinguished. And no one was injured. Investigators say the fire started in an incinerator room. The amount of damage unknown. Officials say the ten year old girl who died after a fight at a South Carolina elementary school died of natural causes today. Prosecutor Duffy stone set an autopsy on run a write revealed there was no trauma from a fight that contributed to her death. Mom, Ashley right disputes, the findings healthy. Nothing. She's active. She's very active. I have to have to get Garg in this house in the bay police say right was knocked unconscious in the fight for civil immensely school in Walter borough on March twenty fifth and died in the hospital two days later, two more guilty. Pleas are expected today in the case involving a self help group the prosecutor said doubled as a secret sex Colt Seagram eras, Clare Bronfman, and Nixon bookkeeper Cathy, Russell are scheduled to plead guilty in Brooklyn federal court where the trial of the group's founder Keith rainier is expected to begin later this month Bronfman and Russell join smallville. Actress Allison Mack in pleading guilty the women were charged for their roles. Nixon Albany based group known for an initiation ritual that prosecutors said included branding women with renews initials. Aaron Katersky reporting your next news update is at four. I'm Suzanne vol- NewsRadio. Eight forty WHAT s Kentucky on breaking news, weather, and traffic station. That was a tough story to close with right? Kicker store. Let's go to the mall. The sex coal to branding women with his. Congratulations to our Susan Duvall who won another Associated Press award best anchor. You're awesome. Congratulations. That was over the weekend. You're busy in Boston running. Life is so unbelievable. It just happened to coincide let you know while you were in Boston. Yes. That's good. That was nice TV buddies posting pictures online won an award. That's so nice. I didn't I didn't hear anything because it was thunder. We were working. That same night. So anyway, congratulations. Glad you're back home. Glad you're are. Haley got second place reporter plaque like all my buddy. I it's in the mail the mail there. Where was the ceremony? Lexington. Okay. Yeah. The one time will. And I went to the to the banquet neither of us one. Anything? We only win. We don't go. That's fine. Have to sit through you know, it rubber chicken meal. Is that weird when they call out the names for best anchoring awards in your halfway out of your seat, and right and their people and you're looking over at them or are they looking at you or something like that on comfortable? Oh, my and then after tower you, of course, go to the other person say, oh my gosh. Congratulations. That's great because really it's kind of an apples and oranges thing because unless you're covering the exact same subject news story, or whatever they they're comparing sort of different things exactly construction, and and all the balance that you included in the story in the background research, and all the other components. They can look at. But if they're different stories there, you know. Yeah. A lot. But they don't know who they're they're all they don't know the blind panel. Who speaks? Yeah. And then they somebody from elsewhere to like in Salem, Oregon one time they were they were listening to our. Oh, yeah. So I think it'd be kind of fun to be a judge poll miles in the newsroom was a judge once and I was listening to all these different entries and who's that? Who's that? Oh, they're good as he was listening to the entries and judging them, so. Yeah. Congratulations. Thank you. And this best anchor for twenty eighteen. Yeah. And I think it was my age. That's eight of them new. You've won a bunch of those will congratulations. All your hardware at here. Most of them. They. Yeah. I used to hang some of my stuff, right? Took them all when I did the redid the lobby. Boss, man, he said where are your best of Louisville awards? I said I got twenty two we'll bring them all in a closet at home tucked away. Somebody hung a bunch of them up here in our lobby, and it was like that that it was odd. Like people think Terry hang those himself. And the articles about you in the paper. I remember there was one they had those hanging to now. I think they're all in that single use bathroom back into sales hallway there is one about my life. That's hanging in a restroom front here. Well, allegedly none of us are allowed to go in there. So we don't know what's in there. That's right. They exude of Senator. Mass Email told us don't use the front bathrooms. Those are for our our guests employees use the restrooms like, okay? Somebody was irritable bowel has been up in the front bathrooms again. And it's like, hey, hey, doing you're running for everybody. Yeah. That's a nice. I think I was being punished actually when someone hung something some news or some magazine article about me for a long time ago, and they hung it in this front bathrooms or guests coming to go. Why are they why Terry miners here, I'm tinkling? And there's Terry minors up there smiling on the thing in there. Oh, yeah. Embarrassing humiliating. Speaking of humiliating. Have you ever been an Easter bunny of your head of put that suit on while? That's that's tough stuff. Nobody quite knows what the Easter bunny is you in terms of the characterization because when it Santa Claus. We all get it who coming down the chimney doing this. There's so many questions about the Easter bunny Easter money enter through the chimney, the you leave the door unlocked. I mean, how do you explain this to small children are still laughing my fourteen year old because when she was a little baby she fell on Saturday before Easter because I was playing out on the deck. We were having a good time, and she fell in her, and she was wearing these little Barbie doll high heel things, and I didn't catch her in her head hit I felt horrible. And I was so worried about her, and you know, we obviously were watching or nursing her and taking care of him. And I thought I'm gonna sleep in her room tonight. So I slept on the floor. And I just wanna hear breathe make sure things. Okay. I just felt terrible about it. Well about two o'clock in the morning. I'm on the floor. You know, and I hear and she's. What? She said he think the Easter bunnies. I don't know what she said. Let's get him. I said what do you mean? Let's get him. She. So let's. I am not making this up, by the way, we still laugh about this family said. Let's take his candy. And I was like what take all of his candy all of it. Yeah. I said. What would happen when all the other children woke up in the morning. They didn't have any candy because you took it on. She said I said, they they would cry and she said I like to hear the children cry. And I still tell her that story over and over again see this shakes her head. She's like four and said that I like to hear the children cry. Wow. Dude is that I think about that. Now, it's like that's a full premise for a Stephen King horror movie right there Easter buddy the weirdest job in the world. Good luck to you. If you're in the mall, my favorite holidays Easter. I love rabbits. But I hate kids. But I got a Easter bunny costume. And so I went to the mall, you know, because they had they sit down the Easter bunny Santa. And so I sat down and kill would sit on my lap. Hello. This is true was lap. And then as he was like walking away with his mom. Like us. And his mom wasn't looking and I would take off my head. 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Nobelist Says System of Science Offers Life Lessons

60-Second Science

03:13 min | 2 years ago

Nobelist Says System of Science Offers Life Lessons

"This is Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky the benefits from science as they show up in our daily lives are just enormous, but I want to transfer you that right now science can do something for us. Give us a kind of hope that goes beyond just those benefits Paul Romer. He showed the two thousand eighteen Nobil will Morial prize in economic sciences. Romer spoke April night that the National Academy of sciences in Washington DC at an event honoring tenuous Nobel and Calveley prize laureates. Now, there's nobody who's got benefits as direct and his immediate as Jim Jim Ellison who was also there and who shared the two thousand eighteen Nobel physiology or medicine for his work that led to new drugs against cancer when you can show there are people alive now because of the discovering you've made that just you know, that trumps everything most of us create benefits in an indirect way. And they come. All steps. So they're harder to perceive warmer than cited. William Nord house with whom he shared the two thousand eighteen economics prize Bill has this beautiful paper that measures a particular type of benefit which is asking how much light and luminaires can somebody get from an hour's worth of work. And roughly speaking from say, the beginning of the Neolithic revolution up to say, the time of the founding of the National Academy. That's about twelve thousand five hundred years ago to eighteen sixty three that went up by a factor of twenty people just bump into things they discover things so twenty times more light. But from the time of the founding of the kademi until now it's gone up by factor twenty thousand so one hour of work translates into twenty thousand more luminaires of light than it did. The time this this institution was founded, so those benefits are just huge. And we need the by the way, it's it's the system of science that made those very rapid ones possible. Not just curiosity not just random search. So they're huge benefits. But right now, I think there's more anxiety about how we're going to interact with each other as people than there is about just can we keep having more material of benefits, and here thing science is maybe even more important because it's very unusual community of people draws on people from all backgrounds from all over the world and unites kind of common purpose, and we get things done because we insist on things like truth and honesty, and we can trust each other because of that instead insistence, and we welcome people in to that community. If you're willing to live by those those norms, and we ask you to leave. We don't pay any attention to if you don't live by those norms. And the goal is really one of offering benefits that can be shared by everybody. So if you think about kind of like the hope for humanity scientists model of what we can accomplish. But who we can be and how we can be with each other for scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Steve Mirsky.

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"morial" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Morial, who's in New York head, Vince. Two things that stand in the conversation. The United States spent money on education in the country in the world get outcomes, a decreasing, and I think the gentleman's question regarding and accountability of the people in the cash rooms. Matt even catch the question of tenure and neither will miss Maury out today. I suggest you can answer. Something question. Do you believe elimination of tenure and allowing teachers to be evaluated and I replaced. Is a good thing that you should the idea at continuing tenure and spending and spending and spending more money. Thanks for calling. That's a good question. Teachers who do not before should the able to be removed with tenure does is it simply provides do process. It provides a system in a method by which teaches teaches can be removed. I do think that sometimes as a reluctance, and it has attained and we'll pause this program at this point and hear that response in about fifty minutes to the question posed to our guest earlier today on Washington journal, Marc Morial, he's the president and CEO of the national urban league. You're listening to our programming lineup from Sunday on C span radio WCS PFM Washington. This is span radio WCS PFM Washington time now to continue the Sunday network talk shows on Chris Wallace, President Trump threatens to send migrants detained at the border into democratic strongholds is serious. California's certainly is always saying we want more people will give them more people that is unworthy of the presidency of the United States and disrespectful. The challenges that we say dog of shipping detainees. Sanctuary cities comes as the president orders. Major shake-up as the department of homeland security. The admissions. I wanna make sure that we continue to execute with excellence through the transition. Crisis at the border and the president's response with White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders. Only on news Sunday. Then waiting for the Muller report attorney general William bar promises to release a redacted version this week and dropped on shell on Capitol Hill responded occurred. Thanks fine. We'll get reaction from democratic Senator Ben Cardin. Plus, this is the way that we can begin to win. Not just. Flo. Ask our Sunday panel about the rise of mayor Pete Luda Jen in the twenty twenty democratic field. And our power player of the week. The daughter of Bobby Kennedy on the lasting power of his message happe- century after his down. All right now on Fox News. And.

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"morial" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on KOMO

"It's not just for women this book as well. Yeah. I make a point at the beginning of the book. It's it's the note to the reader, it's one of the most important parts of this book. And it's an invitation for men to be a part of this process. And to be a part of this book women for time Morial for centuries have had to find themselves inside the work. That's been written by men and what better way to teach your daughters to teach her sons about what it means to be woman, then by reading content that's been created for women by women. And also, this is an invitation for men to step into understanding of what women and what what women have been going through for for time memorial. It's very. Here. Yeah. My wife got there. About what for women who say we were blessed to be a part of sports and wonderful attributes that that we learned, but you don't necessarily have to be of a sports team to understand the wolf pack mentality. How how do you teach people that though, I was able to learn so much of my mentality because of the women's national team because of this beautiful ecosystem, they were still learn skills. They were things that I witnessed and I saw other people do and try to impart that in my life, and creating your own wolf pack. I mean, listen, I have to work out by myself now, and you know, it's harder. When you're alone to go out. And also like I hate running every single I do, but I have to do it. It's part of the process, and for me, it made me realize I have to actually create my own my own wolf pack to make those kind of things that are essential in life. To feel less like suffering. Right. And that's why I wrote this book. So that women everywhere have a place to go have something to look at a playbook to carry with them throughout their day. And to give them the invitation to create the wolf pack that I know that I needed to be successful. And you can you can do it in your church. You can do the PTA several ways of doing it. It's not just the soccer players. It's not just the athletes really quick at soccer players suing for gender equality. Dacian? What.

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"morial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"morial" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's not just for women this book minutes. Well, yeah, I make a point at the beginning of the book. It's it's the note to the reader, it's one of the most important parts of this book. And it's an invitation for men to be a part of this process. And to be a part of this book women for time Morial for centuries have had find themselves inside the work that's been written by men, and and what better way to teach your daughters to teach her sons about what it means to be a woman, then by reading content that's been created for women by women. And also, this is an invitation for men to step into understanding what women and what what women have been going through for for time memorial. Fan. Yeah. My wife is back there. About what for women who say, you know, we were blessed to be a part of a sports team in the wonderful attributes that that we learned, but you don't necessarily have to be of a sports team to understand the wolf pack mentality. How how do you teach people though, I was able to learn so much of my mentality because of the women's national team because of this beautiful ecosystem, they were still learn skills. They were things that I witnessed and I saw their people do and try to impart that in my life, and creating your own wolf pack. I mean, listen, I have to work out by myself now, and you know, harder when you're alone to go out. And also like I hate running every single I do, but I have to do it. It's part of the process, and for me, it made me realize I have to actually create my own my own wolf pack to make those kind of things that are central in life to feel less like suffering. Right. And and that's why I wrote. This book. So that women everywhere have a place to go have something to look at a playbook to carry with them throughout their day. And to give them the invitation to create the wolf pack that I know that I needed to be successful. And you can you can do it in your church PTA several ways of doing it. It's not just the soccer players. It's not just the athletes really quick at soccer players suing for gender quality. What you save.

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Morial Services, Garth Brooks And Thousand Oaks discussed on Orlando's News at Noon

Orlando's News at Noon

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

Morial Services, Garth Brooks And Thousand Oaks discussed on Orlando's News at Noon

"For a moment of the Morial services. Played today for the sheriff's deputy who ran into the line of fire at a country bar Thousand Oaks sergeant Ron helix was among the twelve people killed before the shooter took his own life Garth Brooks, dedicated last night's see award show to those

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